CBS Films is set to release PRIDE this Friday, September 26th, in select theatres in New York and California. I caught the trailer today and it looks pretty good. It’s set in the UK under the rule of Margret Thatcher and stars Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, and Paddy Considine. It’s written by Stephen Beresford and directed by Matthew Warchus. Click the link below to read the film summary, find out what cities the film is playing in, and watch the trailer.
Manchester Pride’s Big Weekend, is just a few weeks away (August 22nd -23rd)! The latest group of artists to Join the already great list of acts during the BIG Weekend, are Conchita Wurst, Neon Jungle, Lucy Spraggan, MIDNIGHT, Marcus Collins, and several others!
Are you ready for PRIDE IN LONDON?! The Parade is this Saturday, the 28th of June, and will kickoff from Baker St promptly at 13:00 (1pm)! Click here for more parade details. You don’t have to wait until Saturday to take part in the fun! There are already a ton of Pride events going on, and you can check them out by going to the Pride Guide or the calendar here.
And if you haven’t heard by now, Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst will be headlining this year!
So get ready and come out for some community fun!
Nearly 200 groups and over 20,000 people will be apart of the parade!
Vlogger Calum McSwiggan bares all talks about his body image issues with the world. He’s not only nice to look at but he’s actually spot on when it comes to the body issues most people face. The video is kinda safe for work since most of the pics and images are PG-13. I want to see the R rated ones too at some point.
Click the link below to see his video post.
And by that I mean Freddie Highmore, the adorably cute 22-year-old British actor that plays pre-shower scene for the ages Norman Bates from Psycho lore. I just got done watching season 1 of the new television series Bates Motel on Netflix and I think I’m in love!
Peter McGraith and David Cabreza one of the UK’s first couples to marry at midnight.
Its a great day in the UK. If you haven’t heard, Saturday the 29th marks the first legalization of gay marriage in the UK. England and Wales is now among 15 countries which allow same sex marriage. While civil partnerships have been legal since 2005 and adoption legal since 2002, marriage brings no new rights. But many locals insisted that only with the tittle of marriage will they be equal.
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